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Financial FAQs for ARSC students
Q&A compiled by the ARSC Student Success Team. Please let us know if you have further suggestions.
Financial holds are often placed on a students account by the Treasures’s Office. Here is a link to their FAQ page. Notice the Razorbot at the lower part of their webpage (and our webpage too). Feel free to ask the Razorbot your questions to get greater insight on what to do next.
Basically, the Financial Aid office helps (aids) you to get money to fund your college experience such as completing the FASFA and managing scholarships. The Treasurer’s Office is where you pay for your UofA bills. If you need help with FASFA or scholarships, contact Financial Aid(479-575-3806). If you need help with financial holds on your account, contact Treasurer’s Office(479-575-5651).
Check out the treasurer’s payment plan webpage for details. If it is past the date due, do not be afraid to contact them at 479-575-5651
Complete the Chancellor’s Student Success Scholarship application. There is money set aside to assist students with exceptional financial need and/or extraordinary academic excellence who have not received scholarships sufficient to fund their education.
- Check out the UofA Cares Emergency Funding application on Hogsync. The UofA Cares Office offers financial support for things such as health care, food, transportation, and other items that you need.
- Sometimes departments have emergency funds too. Check out the emergency fund pages for students majoring in history or communications. There is also funding for African and African American students from the African and African American Studies program; please email Dr. Banton for more information.
- You can also apply for funds through the Fulbright College Dean's Emergency Student Retention Fund
Check out the Fulbright Scholarships and Fellowships website to learn about funding opportunities and deadlines just for Arts and Sciences students. Also, check out the Fulbright College Dean's Emergency Student Retention Fund
Check out the Department/Program Academic and Study Abroad Awards Webpage for more information and deadlines on departmental funding.
You can find out more information about your parking hold in your parking portal. Check out the Work It Off program to see if you can use volunteer hours in exchange for paying for up to $50 for your ticket. In addition, you can try contacting parking services at 479-575-7275 and ask that your hold be released.
Check out ADHE’s website for continuing eligibility requirements for the scholarship.
Check out the Academic Scholarship Office’s website for renewal requirements for both of these scholarships.
Check out the Scholarship Information Webpage for Current University of Arkansas Students in the Academic Scholarship Office.
The Academic Scholarship Office has a web Guide to Outside Scholarships.
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Instructor Coach Program (ICP)
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